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Links about running and jogging :
       RunRepeat.com: Explore reviews of running shoes done by experts and runners like you.
       The Running Bug: The Running Bug is the UK?s most supportive social network for runners with over 1,000,000 users & growing.
       Runner's world: The online home of Runner's World and Running Times magazines.
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       Running Times: Welcome to RW Advanced, the former home of Running Times online.
       Ahotu Marathons: the comprehensive international calendar of endurance races, from half marathons to ultra-marathons.

Links about cycling, biking and MTB:
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Links about hikking and walking:
       American Hiking
       World best hikes: National Geographic
       The Walking Site

"Sport Distance Calculator" has been build with the help of:

       Maps OpenstreetMap

  OpenstreetMap: OpenStreetMap is a map of the world, created by people like you and free to use under an open license.
  (To report a mapping error / Correct the map OpenStreetMap: https://www.openstreetmap.org/fixthemap)

       API Leaflet

  API Leaflet: Leaflet is the leading open-source JavaScript library for mobile-friendly interactive maps.

       NASA - SRTM

  The Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM): altitude data provided by the NASA.

       openrouteservice : Service web de calcul des itinéraires

  openrouteservice: a great directions service.

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L. wrote:
The recent (?) changes are absolutely brilliant - I love that now even small footpaths can be traced with a right-click, much easier to map my routes accurately. Thank you and keep up the good work with this site!

Ben Biggin wrote:
Brilliant website. I have put some road cycle routes on for the UK. With UK riders doing so well on the professional track and road circuit, it's inspired me to get out there again. I will definitely be sending the site address to my family and friends.

Aruna wrote:

i want the same application that u made in this website....

Iam facing problem with storing information in database and diaplaying the stored information....

Is there any sample script available for this google map route creator ???

Stephen wrote:
Dalan, I just tested importing a GPX file and it seems to work well. Can you send me your GPX file by mail to see what goes wrong.

Best regards,


Dalan wrote:
Import doesn't work. I exported a map to a file, later I tried to import it. It said it was successful but didn't display anything.

Stephen wrote:
Hi David,

I change the setting, it should be better now, the help instructions continue to appear.

Best regards,


David wrote:
Your instructions page just fades away after a few seconds. It does this repeatedly. Also HOW ARE WE TO USE THIS SITE? This is the worst help site I have ever come across!

Richard wrote:
Mileage is being displayed with 50 significant figures? trail added in bellingham,wa does not follow line when you right click on it,,,bypasses it. thanks for help

Stephen wrote:
Hi Peg,

You can zoom in on an area by using the mouse wheel or by clicking on the plus button on the top left corner of the map.



Peg wrote:
How do I zoom in on an area?

Peg wrote:
How can I get a closer view of a particular area, so that the area is enlarged?

Stephen wrote:
Hi Neil,

You can edit or delete a route from this page http://www.sportdistancecalculator.com/search.php

Best regards,


Neil wrote:
Once a route has been uploaded, can it be edited / deleted ?

Stephen wrote:
Hi paul,

Thanks for your feedback. The "off road" option works by clicking the left mouse button on the map, right click automatically follows the road network. You can alternate left click, right click on the same route as you need.

Best regards,


Paul wrote:
No use at all. Only shows routes a var could take. As I'm a jogger and would rather use an underpass or run along a foot path through the woods I was unable to work out my usual route. An 'off road' option might be good, giving an 'as the crow flies' point marker placer.

Stephen wrote:
Thanks for your feedback Eduardo. The search engine is now corrected, you can find routes by country.

Best regards,


Eduardo David wrote:
Hi Stephen,

When searching a route by country, I am receiving as a result all routes form all countries. Maybe you have the same error if you try to select all routes from Brazil, for example.

Thanks and best regards,

Eduardo David

Eduardo David wrote:
Hi Stephen,

Right after I've sent you the note below, everything worked fine, again... I don't know what could be the issue, but nothing changed on my systems... It looks like if a routine, like an add-on, was updated automatically, maybe directly by google or something like that. I don't know if this could happen...
Anyway, thank you again for your support.

Best regards,


Stephen wrote:
Hi Eduardo,

Sorry it was so long to give you an answer, I was very busy.

Thank you for giving such a detailed description of your issue. But I did several tests on different PCs with Internet Explorer 6 and 7, I never managed to reproduce your problem.

I can only advise you to check your browser, upgrade it or test another one like Firefox.

Best regards,


Eduardo david wrote:

Sorry for the long time to give you an answer. I was working really hard this last month and there was no time available even to have my daily runs...
The information you requested:
Internet explorer version 6.0.2900.2180.xpsp_sp2_qfe.090804-1435CO
Operating System:
Windows XP Professional Version 2002 Service Pack 2

Detailed problem description:

When deleting parts of the route with the "Delete the last point" option, the map go to the coordinates before the last point, like if the last point was deleted, but the route's red line is not deleted. The distance information on the map last point is updated, but the previous one is not deleted, so the information is "doubled". Numbers are displayed over the previous numbers.

The other error is that when I click on any place on the map with the left mouse button, nothing happens. I use this option to make routes on the orange marked roads, as with the right button the decision is not to take those roads.

I thought that this could be an error on my notebook, but I have tried the same procedures on my daughter's desktop, and the behavior was the same. The configuration of the computer is near the same, except that she is using Explorer 7.

I hope I've described better the problem now. If this is not clear, please, let me know and I can send you an e-mail (provide me your e-mail address) with some screen shots to try to show in more detail the problem.

It is important to notice that these procedures used to work fine, at least until my last saved route that passed on an orange road(ID 732).

Thank you and best regards,

Eduardo David

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